posted on Jun, 12 2004 @ 09:49 PM
there isn't enough water to cover all the land in such a fashion. And also is it possible that prehaps these fossils were already fossils before Mt.
Everest was there, and when Mt. Everest rose the fossils rose with it? I don't know the age of the mountain or the fossils, but it's just something
that might be worth considering. Also, IF there really was so much water that it covered up the entire mountains, wouldn't that mean that Noah and
his ark would've been floating around on this ocean at more than 30,000 feet? and don't people need oxygen tanks to breathe at such altitudes?